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mid election. >> no, but the facts are the facts. if we're talking about jobs and the economy, the greatest thing about this campaign is that voters have no way to say this there's not a difference between the parties. i don't care what you say, romney and the president are in different directions for the country, that's with fiscal policy, domestic policy, with healthcare especially. it is abundantly clear, and i don't know why the president didn't explain why the 5 trillion dollars that's going to be loss and why the 2 trillion is expected. i don't know why as romney said, you keep repeating and repeating, but the fact remains that what happened to the 47% of the people that were written off. aren't they included in the middle class? connell: he never mentioned that. >> he never mentioned it. connell: that had to be on purpose. that had to be -- i mean that was something that's been out there forever. he had to think oh i'm not going to bring this up. >> then why take all these notes on things this guy is saying, where he reversed himself, he should have been just smiling lo
on the economy, we'll get some meat on the bone here. but we forgot that this is politics. there are less than five weeks to go before the election, and there are certain things, mitt romney's tax plan, barack obama on social security, barack obama on simpson bowls and debt reduction, they don't want to put meat on the bone. people criticized the moderator. i'm not sure if the moderator pushed more for specifics if they decided i'm not going down this road, and they both clearly decided that on social security for obama, on tack plx plan for romney. i don't know how much cajoling will get them. barack obama being better today than he was last night, here's the problem. let's say there were 5,000 people at that rally. 50 plus million people we expect to have watched the debate last night. that's the issue. you need to be at your best when the audience is massive. you know, being good at a rally with your supporters is a lot easier than being good at a big, giant event where you're being directly confronted by the guy who wants your job. >> chris cillizza, ruth marcus and john harris, thank you
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